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But there is a contribution arising from the polarization of the charge cloud of the

molecules in an external field, since, for example, molecules whose charge once

lay totally inside the

...

But there is a contribution arising from the polarization of the charge cloud of the

molecules in an external field, since, for example, molecules whose charge once

lay totally inside the

**volume**may now have part of their charge cloud outside the...

Page 190

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. (6.79) can be written - f J • E d*x

= ! \— + — V • (E x H)l d*x (6.81) Jv Jv \-dt 47r J Since the

this can be cast into the form of a differential continuity equation or conservation ...

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. (6.79) can be written - f J • E d*x

= ! \— + — V • (E x H)l d*x (6.81) Jv Jv \-dt 47r J Since the

**volume**V is arbitrary,this can be cast into the form of a differential continuity equation or conservation ...

Page 384

The Lorentz force equation can be written as^a force per unit

representing the rate of change of mechanical momentum of the sources per unit

densities.

The Lorentz force equation can be written as^a force per unit

**volume**(representing the rate of change of mechanical momentum of the sources per unit

**volume**) : f=pE + -J xB (11.126) c where J and p are the current and chargedensities.

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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